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Police advise drivers to avoid travelling tonight in southern and central Scotland

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A snow plough at Lilliesleaf on Tuesday, January 16.

Schools to stay closed on Thursday – more snow expected tonight

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Snow in Galashiels yesterday.

A7 re-opened at Hawick, public transport operating, all schools in Borders closed, following yesterday’s snowfall.

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The Royal Bank of Scotland branch in Melrose is one of six in the region facing closure.

Royal Bank of Scotland bosses to be quizzed about Borders branch closures today

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Snow leads to closure of all Borders schools

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Jethart festival needs a hand to help it flourish

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Traffic proving a problem at new Kelso school

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Slimming pair shed pounds to pick up award

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Snow at Station Brae in Galashiels today.

Borderers urged to avoid driving as snow causes disruption

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Artist impression of the proposed new facility up Hawick moor.

Public event going ahead, but committee meeting is postponed

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Borderers urged to avoid driving as snow causes disruption

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A Borders Railway service arriving in Stow.

Borders Railway extension study running late

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Constables Lorraine King and Gordon Latto and councillors Tom Adams and Charles Haffey with one of the cardboard cutout cops in Levenmouth in Fife.

Use of cardboard cops to cut out speeding in Borders called into question

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Lowood Bridge, near Tweedbank.

Borders bridge to shut for five months for repairs

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Borders Railway

Borders railway reopened after vehicle hit bridge

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Man, 22, found dead in Peebles house

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Alex Stuart, 22.

26-year-old facing trial for murder of Peebles postwoman Alex

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The Sunderland Hall estate, near Lindean.

Inquiry to be held into death of Borders forestry worker

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Constables Lorraine King and Gordon Latto and councillors Tom Adams and Charles Haffey with one of the cardboard cutout cops in Levenmouth in Fife.

Use of cardboard cops to cut out speeding in Borders called into question

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Schools to stay closed on Thursday – more snow expected tonight

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Snow in Galashiels yesterday.

A7 re-opened at Hawick, public transport operating, all schools in Borders closed, following yesterday’s snowfall.

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Snow in Galashiels yesterday.

Snow leads to closure of all Borders schools

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Kelso councillor Euan Robson near the new Broomlands Primary School. Euan is standing outside the entrance to the old school where he proposes more parking space in order to stop cars parking outside the new school on a narrow piece of road.

Traffic proving a problem at new Kelso school

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From left, Morgan Gowans, Alan Wheelans, Polly Bell, Andrea Hall, Anthony Barlow, Lara Mills and Sara Ward celebrating DYW Borders first anniversary.

Happy first birthday for Borders work-school link project

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Royal Bank of Scotland bosses to be quizzed about Borders branch closures today

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Snow at Station Brae in Galashiels today.

Borderers urged to avoid driving as snow causes disruption

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From left, John Henderson, partnership chairman Will Haegelandand Malcolm Roughead, chief executive of VisitScotland.

Borders businesses launch crowdfunding campaign in bid to fund new tourism strategy

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Pupils witness a case of bad timing from MSP

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Royal Bank of Scotland bosses to be quizzed about Borders branch closures today

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Snow in Galashiels yesterday.

Snow leads to closure of all Borders schools

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Artist impression of the proposed new facility up Hawick moor.

Public event going ahead, but committee meeting is postponed

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Pupils witness a case of bad timing from MSP

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A Borders Railway service arriving in Stow.

Borders Railway extension study running late

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Schools to stay closed on Thursday – more snow expected tonight

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The Harwood Estate site being eyed up to host a 12-turbine wind farm.

Firm to appeal against rejection of Borders wind farm bid

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Jimmy Shanks of Blinkbonny Quarry near Gordon.

Blinkbonny’s extension is set in stone

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The applicants say the lagoon will speed up slurry spreading.

Council approves controversial slurry lagoon application

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Slimming pair shed pounds to pick up award

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Ross Montague and his wife Moira handing over to Doddie Weir money raised by a parade of tractors through Lauder in November.

Lauder tractor event raises almost £34,000 for Doddie Weir charity

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John Raine, chairman of NHS Borders.

NHS Borders chairman thanks staff for their efforts over Christmas

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Scottish Ambulance Service vehicle outside the Border General Hospital in The Scottish Borders.

NHS Borders apologises for lengthy waiting times

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Ex-soldier Glenn died on day he was due in court

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